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Project Calendar in CPR and costs distribution in Easy Cost Planing (ECC)

Hello Forum Experts,

I am trying to understand the costing logic for a task based scenario. It seems that the costing in ECC (Easy Cost Planning) is calculated based on all days in a calendar month, ignoring weekends and holidays.

This is mainly important if one wants to see monthly plan costs and in Decempber for example there are many holidays, so you would expect to see a natural decrease in planned costs.

While the calendar in cProjects recognizes weekends and holidays for scheduling the costs 'spread' does not follow the same pattern.

Any idea why // how to solve this discrepancy? Standard cPR / PS (ECP) should take care of it... ?!

Thank you.

LT

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    Posted on Sep 04, 2009 at 06:54 AM

    hi

    check whether the settings for the factory calendar is set.

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    Posted on Sep 04, 2009 at 08:19 AM

    Hello AP,

    Thank you for your answer. Where should this indeicator be set. I do not remember to have seen it. In the config if the role type, or Project type ???? In the project of course we have a calendar assigned, which is one of teh country specific standard calendars.

    Thank you.

    LT

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